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Durant Makes It Look Easy

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Oklahoma City --

Kevin Durant found Eric Maynor in the corner for an open three-pointer Sunday night, sprinted back to his defensive position, bent over at the waist and couldn't hold back a tiny grin.

With 20 seconds left in the third quarter, Maynor's three-pointer put Durant one assist away from his first career triple-double. By the time he was done for the night, the three-time scoring champion had 25 points, 13 rebounds and 10 assists and finally allowed the smile to broaden.

The Warriors have no doubt improved, but when it comes to playing in Oklahoma City, it's still seemingly bound to end up a laugher.

The Thunder beat the Warriors for the seventh consecutive time at Chesapeake Energy Arena - this time winning 119-109 in front of a sellout crowd...

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